Nerve Endings -- Groks Science Show 2005-11-30
The brain is composed of millions of neurons that are connected at specialized structures called synapses. The discovery of the synapse by Ramon y Cajal won him the Nobel Prize, but not without a contentious debate from another Nobel laureate, Camillo Golgi. On this program, Dr. Richard Rapport discussed the discovery of the nerve endings.
Source Groks Science Radio Show PodcastRun time 30:00Label / Recorded by Charles Lee and Frank Ling
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